In this seminar, we will give presentations about our own research.
Sometimes researchers from outside and OB / OG give presentation here.
First time of a year, new comers hold their talk(e.g., BSc research, previous experiment)
#Occasionally held, @auditorium or conference room, ILTS.
If you want to participate this seminar, please contact us below.
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|June 27||Shin Sugiyama||[Title]|
|June 27||Yoshinori Iizuka||[Title]
|June 24||Masahiro Minowa|
|June 24||Ryo Kusaka|
|June 13||Wang Yefan|
|June 13||Ken Kondo|
|June 13||Shuntaro Hata|
|June 6||Kaoru Kawakami|
|June 6||Mai Matsumoto|
|May 23||Mahiro Sasage|
|May 23||Kaho Watanabe|
|April 25||Takuro Imazu||Simulation of theoretical validation for ice flow and melting estimation
|April 25||Shinta Ukai||Study on dislocation density of Greenland NEEM Ice Core by X-ray diffractio
|April 25||Ken Sato||Improved numerical calculation of out-of-plane wavefields for anisotropic materials
For studying basics of glacier physics, we hold this reading circle.
Textbook is the most popular one about glacier physics, The Physics of Glacuer (4th. ed.) by Cuffer & Paterson.
Presenter read each part, explain to participants. All participants join discussion, deepen their understandings.
§2. Transformation of Snow to Ice
§4. Mass Balance Processes
§15. Ice Core Studies
§8. The flow of Ice Masses
Graduate students in the course of Cryosphere introduce recent paper related to their own research theme.
MSc students: twice a year
PhD students: once a year
#Irregularly Friday, @Lecture room, ILTS.